Register
Login:
Share:
Email Facebook Twitter

EDL Share Chat - RSS Feed

Edenville Share Chat (EDL)



Share Price: 0.06Bid: 0.05Ask: 0.07Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Edenville
Spread: 0.02Spread as %: 40.00%Open: 0.06High: 0.06Low: 0.06Yesterday’s Close: 0.06



Share Discussion for Edenville (EDL)


Thread ViewThread View
Please Login or Register to post messages
Posts per page:


alans1
Posts: 3,919
Off Topic
Opinion:Buy
Price:0.06
Update
Today 11:08
Come on EDL, lets have an update and show some on here that we will be big one day SP heading north.
 
BIGHOW
Posts: 3,856
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
Riddler
Wed 21:35
Ok they are lying they don't have any.
boom123
Posts: 44
Off Topic
Opinion:Strong Buy
Price:0.06
bad buy
Wed 21:25
At 0.50 good buy now when did you buy riddler?
It's everyone's nightmare cutting losses on a
Share and watching it boommm one day.
Most De rampers fearful ex holders
riddler
Posts: 63,059
Premium Chat Member
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
big
Wed 21:20
Got more chance of getting coal from BOD fire place
BIGHOW
Posts: 3,856
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
Riddler
Wed 21:19
They need coal we have it and it's in the right place.
BIGHOW
Posts: 3,856
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
Riddler
Wed 21:18
Why is it blatantly obvious.
riddler
Posts: 63,059
Premium Chat Member
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
big how
Wed 20:50
Why? ....its patently obvious this has little future
BIGHOW
Posts: 3,856
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
Go away riddler
Wed 20:48
Technicians from Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited work on a new natural gas-powered plant at Kinyerezi in Dar es Salaam in July 2014. THOMSON REUTERS FOUNDATION/Zuberi Mussa
DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Despite facing a direct threat from climate change, Tanzania plans to rely heavily on coal and natural gas for its future energy needs as the country strives to develop its economy.

The east African nation has suffered from a growing energy deficit in the last several years, caused partly by recurring droughts that have crippled hydropower capacity. Critics say the government has mostly failed to tap the country’s other renewable energy potential to help bridge the power gap.

In June this year, the government launched its 2014-2025 Electricity Supply Industry Reform Strategy and Roadmap, under which it aims to increase electricity generation from 1,583 megawatts (MW) to 10,800 MW in the next 10 years.

Key to the strategy is a diversification of power generation sources to include much more natural gas and to introduce coal. Two-thirds of the country’s projected total energy capacity will come from coal and natural gas by the end of the plan, it shows.

Currently, natural gas accounts for about one-third of Tanzania’s electricity generation, with hydropower and liquid fossil fuel contributing in roughly equal measures to the balance.

Hydropower capacity is projected nearly to quadruple but will make up only 19 percent of the mix by 2025. Wind, solar and geothermal will together generate just 500 MW, less than 5 percent, according to the plan.

While natural gas discoveries off the county’s southern coast offer prospects for economic growth and a stable energy supply that would end decades of electricity shortages, experts say increasing use of fossil fuels, especially coal, will double the country’s emissions of climate-changing greenhouse gases, contributing to more extreme weather and other problems.

‘IRREPARABLE DAMAGE’

“The use of coal for industrial production will undoubtedly cause irreparable damage to the environment,” said Riziki Kajule, an environmental expert from the Dar es Salaam Association of Environmental Engineers.

“Policy makers need to carefully think about it and assess what would be the impact before they decide to use it on a larger scale,” he said.

Besides its effect on the stability of the global climate, Kajule said coal releases pollutants such as acid rain-inducing sulfur dioxide which could harm the environment. Mining also often destroys trees and other plants, and topsoil, he said.

Tanzania has reserves of coal estimated to total 5 billion tonnes. Sospeter Muhongo, Tanzania’s minister for energy and minerals, said that the government, through the state-owned power utility, TANESCO, plans to generate 2,900 MW of power from coal by 2025.

TANESCO also plans to boost power gener
riddler
Posts: 63,059
Premium Chat Member
Observation
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
bighow
Wed 20:47
Just give this up as bad job and spend money elsewhere mate
BIGHOW
Posts: 3,856
Off Topic
Opinion:No Opinion
Price:0.06
Info
Wed 20:46



Share Trading BrochureRequest your Free brochures on share dealing, spread betting and CFDs

Sign up for Live Prices
Home  |  Contact Us  |  About Us  |  Careers  |  Advertise with Us  |  Sitemap  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Cookies  |  Privacy


Datafeed and UK data supplied by NBTrader and Digital Look. While London South East do their best to maintain the high quality of the information displayed on this site,
we cannot be held responsible for any loss due to incorrect information found here. All information is provided free of charge, 'as-is', and you use it at your own risk.
The contents of all 'Chat' messages should not be construed as advice and represent the opinions of the authors, not those of London South East Limited, or its affiliates.
London South East does not authorise or approve this content, and reserves the right to remove items at its discretion.